Entries by CMACPA

Tax Planning vs. Tax Preparation

Tax Planning vs. Tax Preparation. What’s the difference? Have you ever heard the old saying “It’s better to prepare and prevent than to repair and repent?” It’s one of our favorites! At our firm, we appreciate a proactive approach rather than a reactive one. That’s the difference between Tax Planning and Tax Preparation. Tax Planning […]

Everything’s bigger in Texas…even the tax filing extensions.

Everything’s bigger in Texas…even the tax filing extensions. Quarterly Estimated Tax Payments are typically due by April 15th. However, some Texans will get a bit longer. Due to the devastating Winter Storms that occurred there in February, victims of that storm will have until June 15, 2021 to submit their Quarterly Payments. Affected Texans also […]

Beginning April 6th Recipients of the EIDL Program

Are you recipient of the EIDL Program? Starting TODAY you are eligible to increase your loan up to $500,000! Have questions on how to do this? Contact us at cmacpa.net and we would love to sit down with you! Check out the full article here: https://www.sba.gov/…/sba-increase-lending-limit-covid…

Starting April 6th New SBA Funds Are Available

Starting April 6, new SBA funds are available through the EIDL program. If you’ve already received a loan through that program, the SBA will reach out to you via email with extended options. Be on the lookout! Check out the full article here: https://www.sba.gov/…/sba-increase-lending-limit-covid… Connect with us on our website at cmacpa.net

Own An Event or Entertainment Venue?

Do you own an entertainment or event venue? The U.S. Small Business Administration is close to opening a grant that will help you AND your business recover from the COVID19 pandemic. We want to help YOU with your application! Connect with us via our website cmacpa.net to schedule an appointment with our staff. Check out […]

Still Waiting For Your Stimulus Check?

Missing your stimulus check? The Internal Revenue Service has delivered 127 million payments worth approximately $325 billion, the agency said. But among those still waiting for payments are about 30 million Social Security recipients. The House Ways and Means Committee sent a letter to the IRS asking about reported delays in sending payments to Social […]

A $1,400 Stimulus Check Isn’t The Only Money You Could See

The $2 trillion COVID-19 stimulus bill will bring your family far more money than the past two COVID-19 relief bills have. The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 does include a third stimulus check of up to $1,400 per person, but it also expands the Child Tax Credit and provides funding for affordable early child […]